recording of A First Century Message to Twentieth Century Christians, by G. Campbell Morgan. Read by MaryAnn Spiegel
G. Campbell Morgan was one of the leading evangelical preachers of his day. He began preaching at age 13 and by age 26 was teaching at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois. He returned to England in 1904 to become pastor at Westminster Chapel in London. He was a contemporary and friend Martyn Lloyd-Jones, F. B. Meyer and Charles Spurgeon.
In this book, Morgan examines the letters to the seven churches of Asia which begin the book of Revelation in the New Testament. Over 1900 years have passed, and yet our churches today face many of the same temptations, struggles and challenges as those faced by these first century believers. Morgan brings home how the messages of Jesus to these early churches are equally applicable to our churches today. Would our own church receive Jesus’ praise? Or does our church need to answer Jesus’ call to repent and return to true worship?
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July 25, 2016
God Bless MaryAnn
I was not aware of having expressed how wonderful and challenging a gift the gift of a beautiful voice and wonderfully expressed and womanly voice has been so great a gift to one still suffering greatly from depression and sadness over the death of my angel wife only three month out of the combat zone I am still suffering (That was a mouthful). But were I able to express myself as well all of the other great works written by such men as P G Wodehouse, Joseph Conrad, and so many others that I will not bore you with nor can remember for the anxiety I feel in letting you in on such a sacred part of my heart. All I can say in my defense is that I have two beautiful daughters and they are both as talented as possible but maybe a little handicapped in speaking in their Mississippi voices. May God Bless You MaryAnn and all of your family!!! And though I have not listened to the book yet I know already that it will be both beautifully and reverently read by anyone who will just take the time to listen... Once more God bless and I will get back to the book.